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  • How to allay foot pain caused by fallen arches

     How to allay foot pain caused by fallen arches
    Q: What exactly are flat feet and fallen arches? What causes them, and how should they be treated? A: Flat feet and fallen arches refer to the same thing. It's a downward sagging of the inside edge of the foot during standing or walking. The front-to-...
  • Teachers do more than just teach

    I've taken the comfort of a routine for granted. Like on the days I drop Thom off at school, help him out of the car, walk him to his classroom and put his lunch box in his cubby. I give him a kiss and hug goodbye, tell him I love him and to have a...
  • Hampton City Schools medical program at Bethel High already on track to become a Governor's Health Sciences Academy

    Hampton City Schools medical program at Bethel High already on track to become a Governor's Health Sciences Academy
    Hampton City Schools is so far out front with qualifications to have its Health and Medical Sciences Academy transition to one of the new governor's health sciences academies that the upgrade appears to be seamless. Hampton has had its Health and...
  • Scott signs 36 bills

    Scott signs 36 bills
    TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott signed a total of 36 bills today. Among them are measures setting new standards for cyberbullying; banning the use of electronic funds transfer cards in adult entertainment or gambling facilities; and codifying an...
  • Gov. Scott signs "cyberbullying" bill into law

    Gov. Rick Scott today signed a bill (HB 609) that expands Florida's current anti-bullying law to include "cyberbullying" and to include some activities that occur off campus and on privately owned electronic devices. The law expands the scope of the...
  • OSU head jabs Notre Dame, Catholics

    OSU head jabs Notre Dame, Catholics
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The president of Ohio State University said Notre Dame was never invited to join the Big Ten conference because the university's priests are not good partners, joking that "those damn Catholics" can't be trusted, according to a...
  • FAMU hazing defendant Shawn Turner agrees to plea in Champion's death

    FAMU hazing defendant Shawn Turner agrees to plea in Champion's death
    FAMU hazing defendant Shawn Turner, who claimed he was drum major Robert Champion's "protector" and not an attacker, agreed today to plead no contest to felony hazing in the deadly ritual. Turner, 27, will likely receive a community-service sentence...
  • Three Naval Academy football players investigated in alleged sexual assault on female midshipman

    Three Naval Academy football players investigated in alleged sexual assault on female midshipman
    The Navy is investigating the alleged sexual assault last year of a female midshipman at the Naval Academy by three members of the football team, a Pentagon spokesman confirmed Friday. The woman has told investigators she remembers little of the...
  • Young people looking for health insurance have new options

    Young people looking for health insurance have new options
    After leaving college at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh last year to move to Los Angeles, 23-year-old Odin Gray debated for several months whether to buy a health insurance policy. An avid bicyclist, he finally decided in December that it was time to...
  • Young Adult books

    The Testing Joelle Charbonneau Houghton Mifflin, $17.99, ages 12+ In this "Hunger Games"-esque tale, the first in a planned trilogy, teens fight for survival in an annual Testing with the best and brightest continuing on to help rebuild their world....
  • Mom brings anti-bullying dance to Howard Middle tonight

    Mom brings anti-bullying dance to Howard Middle tonight
    Angelique Martinez was shocked and horrified when her daughter, who has been bullied for most of her sixth-grade year at Howard Middle, posted a "goodbye" note on Instagram in January. Victoria, 12, said she had reached a "breaking point" with the...